Samsung Q1 Support Query.
flyindragon1 at aol.com
Sun Sep 13 03:38:37 UTC 2009
On Sun, 2009-09-13 at 10:26 +1200, Ryan McCree wrote:
> Hi Andrew,
> I ran the latest Ubuntu installer on it around 2 months ago. Sound,
> Video, LAN function correctly. I can get the Touchpad to operate as a
> mouse (eg point and click), but that's it. I have to have a usb
> keyboard connected to login etc and dont know how to activate a
> virtual keypad etc.
Virtual keyboards are something I havent used a lot...though I believe
that you might be able to use gok (gnome onscreen keyboard). Also, it
may be worth some time to look at getting the ubuntu NBR desktop
installed on the thing, which i think comes with it's own onscreen
to get gok just do a "sudo apt-get install gok" with another keyboard
To get past the need to use a keyboard when logging in, you could always
just do an automatic login...though since its a UMPC i think that
probably would be a huge security issue, so all the associated warnings
go along with that...
> If i can get around the touch screen issues with logging onto the
> console and activating a touch keyboard I could have proper
> functionality (Minus WIFI working as that's over my head).
for the wifi, did you try the "System > Administration > Hardware
Drivers" route to see if theres some restricted driver in there to get
your wireless working?
hope that helps!
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